Five puppies, several other animals rescued from massive SoCal marijuana grow bust operation

Five puppies, several other animals rescued from massive SoCal marijuana are growing broke

Five puppies and several other animals were rescued from a massive marijuana farm near the Antelope Valley area on Tuesday.

Thanks to the efforts of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, this operation has been recognized as “the largest operation ever in the history of the LASD.”

The largest cultivation discovered had more than 70 greenhouses spanning 10 acres, with an estimated marijuana harvest of $ 50 million.

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After the massive operation ended, several animals were discovered on the property. Authorities rescued five puppies, their mother, father, another male dog and a cat.

LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva turned the animals over to Reversed Rescue in Leona Valley.

According to the rescue: “The five pups are around 6-7 weeks old, they appear to be pit bull / mastiff mixes. with four males and one female. The mother pup is a pit bull and is only about one year old. The two males are around a year old. The black pit / lab mix is ​​in good health. The other male who appears to be a pit / basset hound mix needs some work but is fine. His ears seemed cut off with scissors and finished in a very horrible way. The cat comes around and warms up. She is currently eating well and doing well. All animals had their first visit to the vet for a health check-up and next all vaccinations, then castration and neutering are carried out. We’re looking at a good amount of vet bills and lots of mouths to feed. So if you can support us, we really appreciate it! “

If you’d like to help, click here.

Follow the animals’ progress on the Reversed Rescue Instagram page and receive information on adoption in the near future.

CNS contributed to this report.

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